This edition of “Behind The Screens” is tightly wrapped with my reviews of new releases “The Mummy”, “Megan Leavey”, “It Comes At Night” and “My Sister Rachel”. Plus, we talk box office, Gal Gadot’s pregnancy while shooting “Wonder Woman”, The Tony Awards, SpongeBob and Donald Duck.
With the show on the road, Jackson handles this edition of “Behind The Screens” solo, with a review of “Wonder Woman”, and preview of “Captain Underpants” and a quick overview of the rocky start to the Summer movie season.
On this edition of “BTS”: Reviews of “Alien: Covenant” and “Everything, Everything”. Plus, my inside story of meeting “Game of Thrones” star Maisie Williams, who was in town this week filming the upcoming movie “Departures”, and a preview of two ‘must-watch’ TV events this weekend.
A veritable plethora of topics on this edition of “Behind The Screens”, beginning with Jackson’s review of the Amy Schumer/Goldie Hawn comedy “Snatched”. Jackson also preview the weekend’s other big, new release, “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword”. Plus, is Dwayne Johnson serious about a political career, and the latest on the TV shows being […]
The 2017 Summer Movie Season is officially underway with the release of “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”. Jackson previews the Marvel blockbuster sequel and gives his box office prediction. Plus, Robin Williams’ last movie is finally coming out and there’s a distinct Hollywood flavor to this week’s Tony Awards nominations. Follow @LCJReviews
It’s a “Colossal” edition of ‘Behind The Screens’ – Jackson reviews the new indie monster movie with Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudeikis. Plus, the latest on “Frozen 2”, a personal connection between LCJ and Pixar’s upcoming “Cars 3” and a Daytime Emmy preview. Follow @LCJReviews
Jackson and new Billboard stars Brian and Chrissy talk about the weekend’s new releases, Will Smith’s second chance to make his Disney debut, and the return of a one-time Chrissy and Jess favorite: “Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego”. Brian wonders why in the world anybody cares.
Should you take the kids to see “Smurfs: The Lost Village”? I’ve got the answer – plus a personal tribute to the great Don Rickles, on his passing and Brian and I rekindle our heated “La La Land” vs. “Titanic” debate.